Food, Job, Worker Shortages Will Affect Everyone

Prepare yourself, plan ahead.

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We’ve been told that our food prices are going up again. Everything is rising in price. They said our grocery bill would go up by at least $700 more for the year.

They’ve told us to expect shortages of meat, grains, and fruits. There’s been cattle feed shortages, supply chain inconsistencies, even container…

Lorna is a web designer from northern Canada, who writes now and then. Her website is https://www.northcountrylife.net

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Lorna Hamel

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Lorna is a web designer from northern Canada, who writes now and then. Her website is https://www.northcountrylife.net

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